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- August 17, 2012 at 7:04 pm#27703AnonymousInactive
Has anyone else read this book? Drew Barrymores story. I couldn’t put it down last night.
She starting drinking and smoking ciggs at age 8 and I believe started with cocaine when she was 11. She clubbed all the time.
She was only happy when she was acting; when she could portray someone else.
She was so unhappy with herself. She came from a broken family, had low self-esteem, and thought of herself as ugly and fat (quite to the contrary; I think she is gorgeous).
I haven’t finished reading it but I would suggest it to anyone.
She wrote that book at age 14. I can’t believe how scre*ed up she was..
Great reading..August 17, 2012 at 7:19 pm#106913AnonymousInactive
I read it years ago. Drew is one of those ones who has totally changed her life around. I admire her.August 17, 2012 at 8:35 pm#106914AnonymousInactive
I read this book a few years back. I’ve always been a big fan of Drew, because she has pushed herself to become an optimistic, accomplished, beautiful person. Plus, she’s just so damn loveable. I don’t believe she’d be nearly as cool if she hadn’t crossed over from the hell she experienced. She’s very strong, and I admire that.August 17, 2012 at 8:57 pm#106911AnonymousInactive
Her mom is seriously beautiful, but apparently not such a great mom.August 17, 2012 at 11:21 pm#106912AnonymousInactive
I seriously feel like drew….statred using at 11 and have not stopped until recently…I am just glad I did not have her bank account…i would be dead !!!
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